войтизарегистрироваться
us
О насОбратная связьРекламаPrivacy Policy
Наше мобильное приложение
Наши группы в соцсетях
Источники
еще источники
Новости
еще новости
По вашему запросу ничего не найдено

LA Times: Entertainment

As a director, Mélanie Laurent brings an emotional core to the pulpy crime story of 'Galveston'

As a director, Mélanie Laurent brings an emotional core to the pulpy crime story of 'Galveston'

The most surprising thing about “Galveston” may be that it is surprising at all. Based on the 2010 novel of the same name by Nic Pizzolatto, the controversial, iconoclastic writer behind the “True
As Oneohtrix Point Never debuts at Disney Hall, composer-producer Daniel Lopatin discusses 'Age Of'

As Oneohtrix Point Never debuts at Disney Hall, composer-producer Daniel Lopatin discusses 'Age Of'

When producer and composer Daniel Lopatin, who makes his Walt Disney Concert Hall debut Monday under his stage name, Oneohtrix Point Never, attempts to describe his recent album, “Age Of,” he fumbles
Julia Louis-Dreyfus finds humor in cancer, and the current administration, while accepting Mark Twain Prize

Julia Louis-Dreyfus finds humor in cancer, and the current administration, while accepting Mark Twain Prize

During her 35-year career on television, Julia Louis-Dreyfus developed a reputation for fearlessness, with nothing being off limits. She stayed true to that reputation on Sunday when she was honored
Monday’s TV highlights: 'A President Show Documentary: The Fall of Donald Trump' on Comedy Cetral

Monday’s TV highlights: 'A President Show Documentary: The Fall of Donald Trump' on Comedy Cetral

SERIES The Neighborhood When everyone but Calvin (Cedric the Entertainer) accepts Dave and Gemma’s (Max Greenfield, Beth Behrs) invitation to their housewarming party, Dave decides he’s had enough of
Review: Los Angeles Opera's 'Satyagraha' lives up to Gandhi's ideals

Review: Los Angeles Opera's 'Satyagraha' lives up to Gandhi's ideals

“Satyagraha,” the term Mohandas K. Gandhi designated for nonviolent resistance, is often translated as “truth force.” But as the title for Philip Glass’ first opera written for the forces of an opera
Review: Gorillaz's Demon Dayz was the rare festival with a clear sense of time and place

Review: Gorillaz's Demon Dayz was the rare festival with a clear sense of time and place

In an era of music-festival overload, when too many events are indistinguishable from too many others, Damon Albarn of Gorillaz deserves credit for working to make Saturday’s Demon Dayz festival
Review: Danielle Agami's 'Old/News' blends fresh and familiar at Temple Israel of Hollywood

Review: Danielle Agami's 'Old/News' blends fresh and familiar at Temple Israel of Hollywood

Love is an unwieldy thing. But Danielle Agami’s Ate9 masters both the highs and lows throughout “Old/News,” which opened at Temple Israel of Hollywood on Saturday. The double bill, featuring a remount
Review: A social media star is born in 'Dear Evan Hansen,' as the hit Broadway musical arrives in L.A. in tip-top form

Review: A social media star is born in 'Dear Evan Hansen,' as the hit Broadway musical arrives in L.A. in tip-top form

There are many reasons “Dear Evan Hansen,” the Tony-winning musical that more than lived up to expectations at its glorious opening Friday at the Ahmanson Theatre, has become a cultural phenomenon.
'Halloween' slays the box office in the latest killing for horror genre

'Halloween' slays the box office in the latest killing for horror genre

Universal's revival of the iconic horror franchise "Halloween" made a killing at the box office this weekend, scaring up a franchise-best $77.5 million and breaking opening weekend records, according
Indie Focus: Getting along in 'Wildlife,' 'Can You Ever Forgive Me?' and 'Thunder Road'

Indie Focus: Getting along in 'Wildlife,' 'Can You Ever Forgive Me?' and 'Thunder Road'

Hello! I’m Mark Olsen. Welcome to another edition of your regular field guide to a world of Only Good Movies. We don’t often have occasion to mention art exhibitions here, but a new show at Los
L.A. movie openings, Oct. 24-26

L.A. movie openings, Oct. 24-26

Oct. 24 On Her Shoulders Documentary on 23-year-old genocide survivor and human rights activist Nadia Murad. Directed by Alexandria Bombach. In English, Kurdish and Arabic with English subtitles.
Overrated/Underrated: Feed your soul with 'The War & Treaty,' and are we sure 'Haunting of Hill House' is good?

Overrated/Underrated: Feed your soul with 'The War & Treaty,' and are we sure 'Haunting of Hill House' is good?

UNDERRATED “Very British Problems”: Consider this chatty, lightly self-loathing Netflix series should you ever notice the sensation of feeling like “the ugly American” based on recent developments in
Feedback: Kanye, Taylor and Jim Carrey — readers react to celebs getting political

Feedback: Kanye, Taylor and Jim Carrey — readers react to celebs getting political

A cartoonish take on U.S. politics Regarding “The Cartoon Art of Jim Carrey’s Political Fury is Headed to a Gallery Exhibition” [Oct. 14]: This article includes one of Jim Carrey’s ugly sketches of
Review: Mixing old, young, and those in-between, Gob Squad's improvisational antics at REDCAT demand to be seen

Review: Mixing old, young, and those in-between, Gob Squad's improvisational antics at REDCAT demand to be seen

Less glamorous than youth and less revered than old age, the middle age years are often overlooked. For some, it is a contradictory time: interminable and fleeting, depressing and invigorating. For
Classic Hollywood: This will turn your head around: `The Exorcist' turns 45 this month

Classic Hollywood: This will turn your head around: `The Exorcist' turns 45 this month

During the production of the masterpiece of horror “The Exorcist,” director William Friedkin and screenwriter William Peter Blatty enjoyed having fun with the suits at Warner Brothers. At one point,
New video: 'Sorry to Bother You' is an original, lacerating social satire

New video: 'Sorry to Bother You' is an original, lacerating social satire

New on Blu-ray “Sorry to Bother You” (20th Century Fox DVD, $21.72; Blu-ray, $34.99; also available on VOD) One of the most original comedies of the year, this lacerating social satire stars Lakeith
Jonah Hill returns to his West L.A. stomping ground for his directorial debut, 'Mid90s'

Jonah Hill returns to his West L.A. stomping ground for his directorial debut, 'Mid90s'

The first time Jonah Hill’s mom dropped him off at the West L.A. Courthouse, she didn’t want him to get out of the car. He’d told her this was his favorite place to skateboard — the spot where he and
Essential Arts: RBG, the art exhibit plus Aztec opera and Helen Molesworth's MOCA swan song

Essential Arts: RBG, the art exhibit plus Aztec opera and Helen Molesworth's MOCA swan song

Happy weekend, folks! I’m Carolina A. Miranda, staff writer at the Los Angeles Times, here to let you know that El Lay has got it going on this week. The essentials: LAYER UPON LAYER Adrian Piper,
In HBO's 'My Dinner With Hervé,' Peter Dinklage takes on the flip side of fame as the 'Fantasy Island' actor

In HBO's 'My Dinner With Hervé,' Peter Dinklage takes on the flip side of fame as the 'Fantasy Island' actor

In the last week of August 1993, Sacha Gervasi made a promise to actor Hervé Villechaize. Then a reporter for the Mail on Sunday, a British tabloid aimed at the conservative readers of “Middle